Back Issues
Buddy
The end of the line for Providence's notorious mayor?  
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On the Campaign Trail
An alumnus aspires to be the mayor who succeeds Buddy Cianci.
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The Prospects
As the competition for top faculty intensifies, can Brown attract the best and the brightest?
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Changing the Game: Alec Benn '39
The man who won't slow down.
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A Sort of Evening
From the May 1952 BAM
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Cornhusker Preacher: Ron Brown '79
A football coach gives athletic endorsements a new twist.
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Growing Old Naturally: Tori Stuart '87
Granola's back - but look who's eating it this time.
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Mom's a Clown, Dad's a Stooge: Kristin Stearns Stewart '91
Living a life of pratfalls, face painting, and pie throwing.
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One Woman's Quest
Farewell: Caroline Knapp '81 
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Sl!n Scrbhneoir (Good-bye, Writer)
Farewell: Mark McGarrity '66
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Art of the Possible
Farewell: J. Carter Brown
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Next in Line
For senior Chas Gessner, the future is wide open.
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Hope Is a Verb
A research trip to Brazil brings with it a lesson in perseverance.
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My Summer Job
No white socks with dress pants, and other notes from under the slush pile. 
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Cloning the Teacher
Why students should be amateurs first and professionals second. 
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Underground Journalists
A group of writing students spends the summer unearthing stories in a long-neglected cemetery.
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Women's Work
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Bringing September 11 Home
By tracing one of the thousands of lives lost on September 11, a documentary helps the rest of us cope with the tragedy.
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Sometimes You Win
The truth behind the 1999 Kentucky Derby.
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Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Radio Play
Duncan Sheik's latest CD straddles the gap between high and low art.
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Identity Crisis
A filmmaker discusses the contradictions inherent in a smart action film.  
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Fresh Ink
New titles from Brown authors.
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Expense Account
In 1770, bookkeeping was a straightforward affair.
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Race and the BDH
A Note from the Editor
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Blue News
Our appetite for crabs may be killing U.S. salt marshes
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Computer Science for Girls
A summer program challenges the notion that science is mostly for boys
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Researcher or Burglar?
An important biological discovery is trumped by a breach in lab security
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Intricate Handiwork
A group of physicians and med-school residents tackles a rare surgery
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60 Seconds With...
Associate Professor of Community Health Annlouise Assaf
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The Gentleman Optimist
Brown loses a man who reported on its history for almost four decades and helped shape it for even longer
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Pembroke's Revenge
A look at who's in the class of 2006 and who tried to get in
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Back to the Dorms
Brown reclaims the Minden to relieve a campus housing crunch
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Cell Division
Preimplantation embryos or unborn children? Is human therapeutic cloning about saving lives or taking them?
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Data Points
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Critic's Corner
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Mail Room
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Since Last Time
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Game Day
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In The News
Alumni in the Headlines
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Obituaries
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